Traversing a variety of landscapes, the Bouddi Coastal Walk runs along the Central Coast of New South Wales from Putty Beach and McMasters Beach and covers coastal bushland, beaches and headlands. Boasting magnificent views, an abundance of wildlife sighting opportunities and plenty of spots ideal for picnicking and relaxing, the Bouddi Coastal Walk is a fantastic way to discover the natural beauty of this great part of New South Wales. The entire track distances 8.1 kilometres each way and takes approximately 4 to 5 hours to complete the total of the distance. For those looking for a more time friendly option, the track is split in to three different sections making it suitable for those only looking to experience a fraction of the track. With photo opportunities galore, you’ll want to ensure you pack your camera – whether it’s capturing the wildflowers, the migrating whales from Gerrin Point Lookout should you visit in the correct season or even just views of the beaches, you will certainly walk away with a number of snaps.